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Do you need to take some time off from real work? Would you feel less guilty about procrastinating on your current graphic novel (ahem) if you were helping real lunar science get done? Can you point and click on craters, boulders, and spacecraft?
If you answered yes to any of the above, you should be helping map the lunar surface via Moon Zoo. What you’ll be doing is looking at images from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), including features as small as 50 cm (about one and a half feet)
across, and helping to provide detailed crater counts for as
much of the Moon’s surface as possible.
Have you started not-really-wasting-time yet? You’re welcome.